Today I bought a lot of clothes, meaning tons of clothes.
As far as I remember:
3 dresses, 2 pullover, 2 shirts, a pair of trousers, some lingerie, undies, bras, pajamas....
Was quite a shopping spree...
Hmm....that's interesting, I find stuff like that sort of intriguing"A 90-ish year old bottle of Coty L'origan perfume (bottle style dates from the 1920s to early 30s). I bid on it on impulse on Ebay not expecting to win, because I always bid pretty low, but did actually win this one. It should arrive by the end of next week, so I'm looking forward to seeing what it smells like. It'll be the oldest bottle I have in my collection (the next oldest is a mid 30s to early 40s L'origan). I would love to have a 100 year old bottle of L'origan, but I have yet to find one in my budget."
Hmm....that's interesting, I find stuff like that sort of intriguing
What does the 60 year old bottle smell like? Do you suppose that's an accurate representation of what it once was? I would imagine there's not much difference between 100 and 90 years of aging, but I don't really know too much about it.